Sec. of State Brad Raffensperger is candid and specific in our GPB interview
Fears of a snow emergency and Super Bowl woes made for a short, interesting week at the Capitol. On Monday, Governor Brian Kemp announced that state offices would close on Tuesday in anticipation of a forecasted snow storm.
Don't miss our exclusive, one-on-one interview with Georgia Governor Brian Kemp Monday night on Georgia Public Broadcasting.
They say “time waits for no man.” Maybe it doesn't, but Georgia is home to a trove of timepieces that have clearly been waiting for a guy like State Representative Brooks Coleman to come along.
Sine Die, the last day of the Georgia legislative session for 2015, has arrived. By law, the General Assembly must conclude its business today and adjourn by midnight or earlier.
Tuesday the Georgia Senate took a crack at H.B. 170 - the Transportation bill passed by the House - and made significant changes. Here is a chart comparison created by Jim Galloway of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and content and tech wizards.
State Representative Stacey Abrams discusses the 2015 session of the Georgia General Assembly and House Democrats' priorities as "Crossover Day" approaches.
Last week, the Georgia House passed a billion dollar transportation package. For some house members, voting in favor of the bill was a risk. Speaker Ralston is prepared to defend them.
The debate stretched o